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Hear from experts and community voices about the discrimination, bullying and anti-Muslim prejudice experienced by children in schools.
About this Event
Tell MAMA, the only national and independent monitor of anti-Muslim hate crime, would like to invite you to a public discussion on Islamophobia and anti-Muslim prejudice in schools. Tell MAMA provides confidential assistance to those who experience anti-Muslim prejudice, abuse, racism, discrimination, and Islamophobia in the UK. Our groundbreaking research is shaping government policy, including the Hate Crime Action Plan.
We are looking to hold an event which aims to empower parents, students, and teachers to better understand how to deal with examples of Islamophobic and anti-Muslim bullying, racism and discrimination. Discussions will also cover the complaints processes in schools, how to talk to children about bullying, and how the Equality Act 2010 can challenge discrimination in schools.
We have a range of speakers from the Department of Education, civil society organisations and experts in the field of education.
We look forward to having you with us on the day, to secure your place, please RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Working together to create a culture of resisting and overcoming hate
About this Event
An opportunity for us to come together, reflect on what we heard during Hate Crime Awareness Week, what actions have since been taken and what more needs to happen. We will share learning and plan the next steps.
Through shedding light on community experiences and how residents, the voluntary sector and public organisations are responding to what is happening on the ground we are finding ways to prevent the conditions that give rise to hate crime and together we are creating a culture of resisting and overcoming hate.
Link to the Eventbrite here.